Please refer to the above link for a detailed list of prohibited items.
Please note that the observatory does not offer luggage storage. If required, please use the coin lockers located at Lotte World Mall.
Wheelchair access is available. For safety purposes, however, we will guide you and one other companion to an alternate line. Please refer to a staff member for assistance.
Screening equipment utilizes harmless electromagnetic waves.
Visitors should observe the following code of conduct to ensure a safe and pleasant viewing environment in the observatory.
|1. Smoking is strictly prohibited on all premises. (Article 9 of the National Health Promotion Act: Non-Smoking Facilities and Standards)|
|2. No outside food or drink allowed.|
|3. No running or yelling in the observatory.|
|4. No walking on the escalators - grab both rail handles.|
|5. No congregating in large crowds or acting extremely on the Sky Deck or Sky Terrace.|
|6. Be careful not to let your belongings fall out of the building or downstairs below.|
|7. No loitering or holding/reserving a seat for another. Please refrain from using a tripod (including "selfie sticks"), lying on the floor, or utilizing an excessively large area.|
|8. Please use the Lotte World Tower infirmary (First Aid Center) if quasi-drugs are required. (A doctor's diagnosis is required for pharmaceuticals - Article 44 of the Pharmaceutical Affairs Act)|
|9. All visitors - especially including pregnant women and the elderly - should seek sufficient education/training in advance when using the Sky Deck or Sky Terrace.|
|10. Video or voice recording within the Observatory premises is not permitted (If needed, please speak with our representatives).|
|①Prevention of personal injury||Weapons||
Anything that can be used as a weapon such as knives (e.g. fruit knife, box cutter), scissors, guns, stun guns, tools, etc. (including toys of similar form and stationery)
Sporting goods such as nunchaku, baseball bats, golf clubs, etc.
Any liquid containing chemical components such as oils, petroleum, poison, etc.
|Other liquids must be consumed at the screening area prior to entry.|
|②Prevention of facility damage||Lighters||All flammable/ignitable goods and combustible materials.||None|
|Explosives||Materials that may explode such as gunpowder, explosives, firecrackers, butane gas, etc.||None|
a pleasant viewing environment
|Opened food, other spillable food, unsealed beverages, etc. (Alcoholic beverages such as beer and soju are prohibited regardless of being sealed.)||Possession possible for items under the condition of not being eaten in our facilities. (Boxed lunch, unopened cup noodles, etc.)|
|Pets||All animals such as dogs, cats, etc.||Hearing dogs, guide dogs for the blind, etc.|
|Photographic/recording equipment||Privacy-infringing equipment such as large photographic/recording equipment, precision telescopes, etc.||All pre-negotiated equipment|
|Bags/luggage||All wheeled luggage, large bags, etc.||Bags must be within standard carry-on bag size of 43 cm x 25 cm x 22 cm.|
All vehicles such as strollers, bicycles, wheeled shoes, scooters, etc.
Noise-generating items (musical instruments, etc.), tripods, selfie sticks, or other items not necessary for viewing in the observatory; Goods that are determined to be harmful to viewing by others.
Noise-generating items (musical instruments): If kept in an instrument case or contained within an allowable bag size.
Removal of items such as masks, sunglasses, and hats requested for identification. (Limits CCTV facial recognition function for screenings)
Offensive clothing or items that may be a safety risk. (Loose clothing, shoelaces, etc.)
|Slippers and water/aqua shoes allowed if determined not to be dangerous for escalator use.|
|Narcotics, etc.||Illegal goods and other items that may damage the viewing environment of others.||None|
Storable items: Only certain large bags (luggage) and strollers allowed depending on circumstances. No other items allowed for storage.